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  • posted byRCJ25 on 04/05/2014

    The supplied software was very easy to install ... but review the manual first! I had a couple of questions about adding GPS to other software...had I read the manual I would have had the answers. Software installs easily, reboot system and GPS was easily added by system. The GPS adds another of... Read more

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  • posted bynordicnurse on 07/23/2012

    Price is good, its sold construction and works as its supposed to. What else is there to ask for? No real ones. You need to stick this at the of a usb extension cable so it won't be near the computer or it won't aqcuire signal. If you need a usb gps then this is the one. I already recommended to... Read more

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  • posted byMadCowTeaM on 06/29/2012

    The item is easy to use since a good program for it to use is also included on the CD. The program use Google maps, so it is preety accuate and fast enough when it is connected and redy. The build quality is realy good and looks professional. It has a LED that shows the status. Users manual is so... Read more

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  • posted byClientSberbanka on 05/17/2012

    + Reasonable price. + Compact. + Uses standard NMEA 0183 protocol. + Uses USB-UART PL-2303 chip which is supported by Windows, Linux and (possibly) Android. + Receives GPS signal in a room near the window well. - Supplied software is for setup and test only and not intended for serious use - you... Read more

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  • posted byMrVenomm on 06/30/2011

    For me the positives are much more from the negatives. It is very simple but, perfectly working device. I can tell very good words like: +Very easy to install +CD includes test software +Accurate positioning +Fast startup +Very good build quality +Works with every software that i tried +Light and... Read more

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  • posted byMrVenomm on 06/29/2011

    +Very easy to install +CD includes test software +Accurate positioning +Fast startup +Very good build quality +Works with every software that i tried +Light and compact +Low price +Tracks more that 8 satellites in the same time From the day that i had received it i have no cons. Of course it is... Read more

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  • posted byx86dx on 03/23/2011

    Hard to write reviews about stuff that just works, does what it should and does it well. Without any problems defined satellites and software Garmin Mobile XT (on the car-PC with WinXP32bit) identified the GPS receiver as a mother. Other Software www.pocketgis.biz too easily positioned on the a a... Read more

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  • posted bylavalausag on 03/23/2011

    Connected it directly to my Acer Aspire One, it did not receive any signal; with the short extension, it did not work either but when I added the 2 m length of USB extension, it worked ok - it is then susceptible to RF interference , specially since I have the VGA cable hooked-on - After it 9 the... Read more

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  • posted byjkenny23 on 11/09/2010

    Reasonably accurate Picks up satellites fairly quickly Software worked on XP, Vista 32-bit, 7 64-bit Simple USB-Serial driver, outputs raw NMEA data to serial terminal Does NOT work on my netbook, period: Driver installs fine, software opens, shows NMEA data flowing in, but it will NEVER pick up... Read more

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  • posted bySpectralUA on 10/19/2010

    Good device. Build quality and materials is acceptable. Fairly quickly detects satellites. With good visibility of satellites running quickly and clearly. Has a good set of drivers and an update on the manufacturer's website. Software compatibility is good. Need a very good view of the sky. In a... Read more

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